How to mix the ‘un-mixable’

Imagine making some liquids mix that do not mix, then unmixing them. In one of the grand challenges of science, a Flinders University device which previously ‘unboiled’ […]

New insulation takes the heat off

Waste cooking oil, sulfur and wool offcuts have been put to good use by green chemists at Flinders University to produce a sustainable new kind of […]

New nano ways illuminate future of medicine

The future of improved biomarkers is looking brighter as Flinders University researchers shine a laser light on promising new ‘green’ compounds for medical applications. Streamlining production […]

Mercury pollution project forges ahead

Work at Flinders to test and commercialise a new method to remove mercury pollution from land and water will progress this year with an $80,000 Australian Government environmental […]

Clean tech lab launches at Flinders

A $1.1 million Clean Technology Laboratory dedicated to developing products and processes in a cleaner, greener way, will officially open at Flinders University today (Tuesday, November 19).

To-do list for sustainable future

Creating a zero-waste society through products and processes that are “benign by design” is essential to the future of humanity, Flinders University’s Professor Colin Raston says.